Victoria Park Valley Golf Club - Valley Course
|Red (W)||31||1577 yards|
|Blue M: 62.0/104||148||282||335||115||157||138||132||512||154||1973||3990|
|White M: 61.0/100||130||262||291||106||147||128||119||460||145||1788||3686|
|Red W: 63.0/107||108||210||218||82||104||118||101||419||135||1495||3072|
A deceiving test
The 3 nines here offer plenty of variety and don’t be fooled by the length as there are plenty of traps, water and trees to challenge your accuracy thus offering a beautiful setting.
Great October conditions
First time playing here, and picked a cold, soggy October day.
Very impressed to find course conditions were the best I’ve encountered anywhere during the month of October. Didn’t have to slog through puddles and mud. Turf had good grass and held up. Greens were firm and surprisingly on the quick side.
Encountered one of the maintenance staff mowing on the course, and he shut down the machine while still 100 yards away (behind us) so as not to bother us with the noise.
Picturesque executive course!
There will be a return visit!
real nice course!
This course was splendid fun. Fairly short in general but really well maintained.. The Bonzai tree of the golfing world !
PS I left a PW in the Valley Course so if anyone finds it please let me know !
Nice course. Greens faster than I was used to but in very good shape. Three putted a few times. Course is short. Lots of par 3s. One par 5, a few short tight par 4's.
Great course! Gorgeous greens. Very well maintained. The staff were very friendly. Pace of play was good. Will definitely recommended!
Great course overall
Extremely enjoyable course to play. A lot of complaints from other reviews about the amount of par 3’s but I really enjoyed it. Great course to work on your irons. We played all 3 9’s. All of the greens were great, and the course was very well maintained. Looking forward to playing here again!
First time playing, we played Lakes and pines it was decent to be honest when I booked I thought it was for the east course but I am not too experience d with executive courses but when it's busy they should do better with pairing groups that are either walking or carting.